Coronavirus in the world, May 11, LIVE UPDATE.

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After two months of isolation, France comes back to life. Hexagon reopens schools, shops and parks. The French will no longer need the declaration on their own responsibility, for trips within a radius of 100 kilometers. In Paris, however, they must have the employer’s declaration with them. France has reported nearly 177,000 cases of coronavirus and more than 26,300 deaths.

According to the BBC and Arab publications, the medical authorities announced that no cases of infection with the new virus had been reported.

The African country reported the first case of coronavirus in early March. A total of 1,032 cases of new virus infections, 45 deaths and 745 cured patients were diagnosed. The population of the African state is 11 million. Tunisia has about 500 intensive care beds, and there are only 11 patients in hospitals.

Boris Johnson has announced the long-awaited plan to reduce restrictions and bring the country back to work. The plan lasts for two months and has several stages.

Italy reported 165 new deaths from the new coronavirus on Sunday. And the number of new infected has dropped below the psychological threshold of 1,000. Today the Italian authorities reported 802 new cases of infection with the new coronavirus.

The total number of infections reached 219,070, and the number of deaths reached 30,560. There are currently 83,324 active cases, a decrease compared to over 84,000 on Saturday.

There are just over 1,000 people in intensive care.

A province in southwestern Iran has been quarantined to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the Tasnim news agency reported on Sunday, citing the province’s governor, who said there had been a sharp rise in new cases across the region. Reuters.

Pandemics have two types of end, one medically and one socially, explain historians consulted by The New York Times in the context of the coronavirus crisis, warning that the fear epidemic is as dangerous as the virus.

Men’s blood has higher levels of a key enzyme used by the new coronavirus to infect cells than women, according to a European study published Monday – a finding that could help researchers explain why men are more vulnerable to COVID infection. 19.

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